Ever received late round feedback that caused you to go back to the drawing board? Learn to facilitate meetings so late feedback doesn’t derail your project in the second article of our 6 Challenging Personality Types series.
Thought Agile was good? Well Agile 2.0.0 is great! Toilet paper math, more meetings, what could go wrong? Absolutely nothing. Happy April Fools Day!
Managing a team can be difficult. A team is made up of different personalities, and some are more challenging than others. Learn how to adapt your facilitation techniques to accommodate different personalities and communication styles.
Those who are constantly exploring, growing, and sharing information tend to be strong communicators, be excellent consultants, and excel in a remote first work environment. Read our tips on how to empower both personal and professional growth.
Driving change is one of the most important things we do as leaders. Organizations are often resistant to change. We’ll teach you how to effectively lead change against this resistance.
Manually creating user stories with Atlassian’s Jira from product requirements written in Confluence takes effort and doubles the work. Make it easier.
Resistance to the unknown, or change, can be the very thing stopping you from embracing Agile Software Development. How do you overcome that fear? Read on!
Jira is an incredibly powerful issue tracking platform. These awesome, yet underutilized, features are usually left undiscovered.
Setting the Stage In this article, we explore and discuss differing thoughts on the subject of bugs and their inevitable impact on your project. Can you, in a Scrum model, add them to your sprint with no estimating or prioritizing? How can you estimate a bug? How do you determine in your application which issue…
You’re in a meeting and your coworker says, “Did you see that Jira ticket I mentioned you on?” Most of us might say, “Maybe, I get so many I probably missed it.” or “Who knows, I send all of those to a folder [that I never check].” It may sometimes feel like the more diligently…